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Eastern Forktail, male? - Argia bipunctulata - female

Eastern Forktail, male? - Argia bipunctulata - Female
Cedar Bog Nature Preserve near Urbana, Champaign County, Ohio, USA
June 19, 2013
One of the many damselflies patrolling Cedar Bog.

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Interesting...
The color pattern certainly looks like an Ischnura, but the blue limited to S8 and not on S9 has me stumped. Abdomen is a little thick, could this be an andromorph female?

 
It is a female Seepage Dancer
It is a female Seepage Dancer, Argia bipunctulata. This species is only found at a few sites in Ohio and Cedar Bog (really a fen) is one of them.

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